Monitoring and Evaluation Officer - Nigeria IHP - Kebbi



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Project Overview and Role

The Integrated Health Project (IHP) aims to strengthen local capacity and systems to contribute to reductions in child and maternal morbidity and mortality in target states, and to increase the capacity of health systems (public and private) to sustainably support quality primary healthcare. The Monitoring and Evaluation Offer contributes to the development and implementation of the Task Order (TO) 4 MELP to systematically document performance for technical team to ensure the TO4 implementation is on track.

Responsibilities


  • Contributes to the development and implementation of the TO4 MELP to systematically document performance for technical team to ensure the TO4 implementation is on track;
  • Generates robust evidence for programmatic learning that leads to action, decision making, and impact;
  • Together with Senior MEL Manager, ensures the alignment of M&E activities with program goals and contributes to the development of annual work plans to identify TO4 targets and ensure inclusion of M&E activities;
  • Monitors project activities and tracks these activities against the TO4 results framework;
  • Conducts visits to LGAs as necessary for data validation to monitor the quality and completeness of data sets;
  • Generates monthly indicator reports and tracking progress against key indicators;
  • Works closely with the Kebbi stakeholders and trains M&E staff at the LGA, facility, and community levels to build their M&E capacity;
  • Contributes to the identification, analysis, and synthesis of technical knowledge and evidence-based information in intervention areas including family planning, reproductive, maternal and child health, malaria, nutrition and immunization.
  • Reports directly to Senior MEL Manager
Requirements

  • A Bachelor’s degree / HND in demography, statistics, social sciences, public health, health information management or related field.
  • Minimum of 4 years of progressively responsible experience designing, implementing, monitoring, evaluation and learning tasks for health and/or development projects.
  • Familiarity with USAID / International indicators and standard measurement tools in the areas of reproductive health/family planning, maternal and neonatal health and other relevant technical areas.
  • Competency in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and ACCESS, and a statistical software package (SPSS, EPI-INFO, STATA, SAS or similar).
  • Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work with relevant government partners, USAID, other Donors, and implementing partners.
  • Good verbal, listening, writing, and intrapersonal skills essential for effective interaction among several institutions and staff involved in a broad range of activities.
  • Experience at organizing and facilitating systems strengthening, capacity development and mentoring processes 
  • Fluent in English (written and oral communication) and Hausa.
Applications Close Date08 Jan 2020
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